From Blah to Ta-Daa! blogger Sara has a great idea for New Year's resolutions. She decided to incorporate Michael Pollan's Food Rules into her lifestyle a little at a time. Each week she will post new Food Rules to her blog to encourage her readers to become healthier versions of themselves.
Michael Pollan's latest edition of his Food Rules: An Eater's Manual has been illustrated by Maira Kalman. LIsten to Michael Pollen talk about Ilustrated Food Rules. Cheeky Kitchen: Recipes with Personality writes about Food Rules 2012 with a peek at the fun illustrations by Maira Kalman. She writes, "All of Pollan’s food rules strike at the very heart of what my conscience tells me I should be eating."
Lynia White at The Quality Corner Bookstore was prompted her to create her own list of food rules after reading Food Rules.
Jayne Cox, The Body Image Expert talks about food rules for the office in her blog. One of her suggestions: Keep food in a kitchen space or designated area that you have to make an effort to go get.
In the article, 7 Food Rules Real Nutritionists Use from Fitness Magazine, nutritionists talk about the secret to guilt free eating to stay slim. Rule# 3: They drink wine.
Lisa Leake, a writer for the Miami Herald, writes about her family's experience of eliminating processed food or refined ingredients from their diet for one hundred day. Read her article, "Our '100 Days of Real Food' is over!"
Appetite plays a large role in the why we eat certain food and reject others. The foods we chose to eat depend on many factors such as food flavor, food costs and food customs. Read more from Wardlaw's Perspectives in Nutrition, 8th Edition.
Mark Bittman, Opinion columnist and the Times magazine's food columnist, writes an interesting article called Food's New Foot Soldiers. A new national service program is working to get kids smarter about good eating.
Frank Bruni in his article, Unsavory Culinary Elitism, writes about a food fight between the celebrity chefs Anthony Bourdain and Paula Deen is ugly but revealing.
John Gever, Senior Editor for Med Page Today writes about the "obesity epidemic." An action point from his article, Half of Americans Projected to Be Obese in 2030, states that by using modeling, the current data predicts that by 2030, 8.5 million additional cases of diabetes, 7.3 million more cases of cardiovascular disease and stroke. The burden of the increased health care costs associated with caring for these patients will be substantial.
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